We mentioned on the homepage that with interior painting we have two main tasks. Which are, making sure that we are using the right paint and strategy for the particular type of walls. Also, we want to ensure that we are not getting paint on any place that we shouldn’t be getting paint. As you can imagine there is a whole process that goes into this. It’s very important for us to be able to be on the same page with you as far as scheduling goes. Especially if we are painting home interiors. We know that this is a service that can be a little invasive and we don’t want you to feel uncomfortable at any point in time.
Deciding On The Strategy That We Need To Use
One of the things that clients of painting companies have trouble with is the amount of paint and the type of paint that is going to be used in the process. Mainly, there are some people that believe that we as a company overcharge for these products or overuse them to take a greater slice of the pie. With us, that is not the case at all. We are going to go over the strategy that we are going to use with you. We’ll let you know how much paint we are going to be using and why. This can help us avoid any type of misunderstanding.
What Type of Interiors Can We Paint?
Ceilings, walls, floors, you name it. Granted not every surface is going to be painted the same way or with the same type of paint. We want to make sure that we got that across. Other than that, there are really no surfaces that we can’t paint. Again, it’s important for us to be clear though on what we are supposed to paint and what we are not supposed to paint. To avoid any type of problems on that end.
The Painting Schedule
Remember that for all of the work that we are going to be doing on interiors we are going to need to cover up sometimes large portions of the home or building. Ideally, these are going to be closed off while we are working. That can prove difficult if you are living in a house that we are painting or working in the same building. Therefore, we believe that it is very important to make sure that we have a schedule set up and that both us and everyone in the home or building sticks to it. To be able to run through the project in a smooth fashion.
There are some people that would rather remove certain types of furniture or other objects to eliminate the possibility of paint falling on them. Other times removing larger objects is just going to be out of the question. We take all of the work that we do before we paint very seriously. We can assure that, we won’t forget to cover any particular area that you don’t want paint on.